Fresh from her weekend in Buenos Aires, where she publicly confirmed Travis Kelce as her boyfriend, Taylor Swift returned to New York City for a gathering with tour opener Gracie Abrams.
On Monday, the Grammy-winning artist, 33, dined with the 24-year-old “Difficult” singer, who had performed before many of Swift’s U.S. Eras Tour shows, at Freemans Restaurant, according to People.
This rendezvous follows the “Style” singer’s recent headlines for a date night with Travis Kelce, accompanied by on-stage tributes to her new boyfriend.
During Swift’s Saturday performance, she made waves by altering the lyrics of “Karma” from her tenth studio album, last year’s “Midnights,” to “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs / Coming straight home to me.” The original lyrics, “Karma is the guy on the screen / Coming straight home to me,” originally referred to Swift’s former boyfriend of six years, actor Joe Alwyn, whom she split from earlier this year.
A viral moment captured Kelce’s reaction to the sweet lyric change, along with the excitement of Swift’s dad beside him. The show concluded with Swift running off stage and sharing a passionate kiss with the football star, a moment that has circulated widely online.
In late October, an insider shared with Entertainment Tonight that Swift and Kelce were fully committed and “planning for the future,” which included the shows in Argentina.